Doing Business with CECOM
Visiting the CECOM Office of Small Business Programs web site to research our mission and the types of services and supplies we procure for our customers is the first step to doing business with CECOM. Small and/or small disadvantaged businesses should contact the CECOM, Office of Small Business Programs to discuss your firm's capabilities.
Upon meeting, businesses should provide a 1-2-page description of the business capabilities offered along with applicable NAIC codes and specialties.
Companies new to the Federal Government business process should visit the Small Business Administration website or the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs) for more information, free resources and locations.
Vendors are required to register in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database, prior to doing business with the Federal Government. All contractors must register with Dun & Bradstreet and request a D-U-N-S number via the website.
To receive regular email updates when CECOM posts a requirement under applicable registered NAICS codes register CECOM as a favorite on these sites.
- Central Contractor Registry
- Department of Defense Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP)
- Department of the Army Office of Small Business Programs
- Dynamic Small Business Search
- Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (ESRS)
- Federal Forms
- Federal Procurement Data Systems (FPDS)
- Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA)
- Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
- Procurement Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement Program (PTAP)
- Small Business Administration Answer Desk
- Small Business Development Centers (SBDC)
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
- Small Business Opportunity Search
- Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)/8A 8(a) Business Development
- U.S. Army Competitive Sourcing
- U.S. Army Small Business Representative Locations